This is a recording of the Korean Central Television broadcast for 14 May 2014. Korean Central Television operates in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and can be picked up via satellite. This was recorded from an internet stream. There are 56 seconds of colour bars and 30 minutes of the KCTV test pattern with instrumental music at the beginning of the video. Topics: north korea, DPRK, television, KCTV, Korea, chosun
Song of sorrow for the people that are suffering hard in the NAZI-like concentration camps of North Korea. Depicting the story from Soon Ok Lee's book* about the eight Christian men dying because of boiling iron poured over them for the fact that they did not want to deny their faith in the loving God.*) Soon Ok Lee's book: Eyes Of The Tailless Animals. Find its details including the actual story of the eight men dying as well as the Korean language version of the book on my blog, on the Get... Topics: song, music, North Korea, DPRK, human rights, persecution, Christian
Album with North Korea human rights songs. See video-clips and lyrics below.Find other albums listed on the O'Hannah Music netlabel page.I dedicate these songs to the 'princes' and 'princesses' that feel the hand of destruction coming down hard on them in the horrible concentration camps of North Korea, day after day.I pray that these songs will help you come a little closer to these gentle men, women, and children that suffer immensely in these horrible NAZI-like prison camps. (more help... Topics: song, music, human rights, persecution, Christian, North Korea, DPRK
Song of sorrow for the people that are suffering hard in the NAZI-like concentration camps of North Korea. Around 1900 Pyongyang was called the Jerusalem of the East because of the Christian revival that took place in North Korea. It started in Wonsan at the east coast, and later developed in Pyongyang. After 'Kim Il-sung' came to power in 1950 through the help of Stalin, Christians have been deprived of human rights step by step. Currently, if you're known to be a Christian, or even suspected... Topics: song, music, North Korea, DPRK, human rights, persecution, Christian
Giant North Korean propaganda parade to honor their leader Kim Jong Il. Found this somewehre else on the web as it might be historicaly important i uploaded it to the internet archive Topics: north Korea, DPRK, kim jong il, juche, parade, military
After the much-publicized cyberattack against Sony that had the rest of the world blaming North Korea, and the US vowing for retaliation, another news has rocked the IT world: North Korea's sudden absence from the Internet.IT experts noted last Monday that the already small Internet connection of North Korea was lost and even the state news service, Korean Central News Agency, was not able to publish any content on that day due to the 9-hour outage.The Internet blackout came as North Korea's... Topics: Hendren Global Group Top Facts, DPRK internet outage
Album with North Korea human rights songs. See lyrics below.Find all albums listed on the O'Hannah Music netlabel page.I dedicate these songs to the harmless creatures who have to live a life of suffering beyond belief in the horrible death camps of North Korea, day after day. Their persecution is going on already for more than 60 years!!I pray that these songs will help you come a little closer to these gentle men, women, and children that suffer immensely in these horrible NAZI-like prison... Topics: song, music, human rights, persecution, Christian, North Korea, DPRK
Song of sorrow for the people that are suffering hard in the NAZI-like concentration camps of North Korea. This is my first song on the North Korea human rights tragedy, with a crying out to God: 'Look how gross the situation for such kind and gentle people in these horrifying camps. Oh Father, be close to them in their many dark hours, and bring healing to this mourning land'. The regime calls it the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), but there's nothing democratic about the... Topics: song, music, North Korea, DPRK, human rights, persecution, Christian, music, North Korea, DPRK,...
byHerbert Hillary Booker 2nd - Tujunga, California - 2009
Insignia of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (a/k/a/ North Korea) from 1948 to present is really difficult at best to find anywhere, however I have several wall charts showing rank insignia and also show here breast star decorations and a picture of the son, General Kim Jong-Il (1941-present), and his late father, General Kim Il-Sung (1912-1992). HHB2 Topics: Democratic People's Republic of Korea, DPRK, 1948, Insignia, North Korea, Pyongyang
Glenn and Daniel just couldn't resist shooting their mouths off in the face of two regimes - both Kim and Rogen/Goldberg. Tune in for this special end-of-the-year bonus episode as we discuss The Interview, the Sony hack, the DPRK regime, and whether it was really all worth it. You already know the answer, but it's a fun conversation nonetheless (24:57). May contain NSFW language. FilmWonk rating: N/A out of 10 Show notes: Music for tonight's episode is Katy Perry's "Firework". Duh.... Topics: Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, The Interview, James Franco, Sony hack, DPRK, North Korea
DA PAM 550-81 North Korea A Country Study. 1994."Research completed June, 1993. Foreword This volume is one in a continuing series of books prepared by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress under the Country Studies/ Area Handbook Program sponsored by the Department of the Army. The last page of this book lists the other published studies. Most books in the series deal with a particular foreign country, describing and analyzing its political, economic, social, and... Topics: Area handbook series, DA pam, North Korea, Department of the Army Pamphlet, DPRK, Korea (North)
byHerbert Hillary Booker 2nd - Tujunga, California - 2009
1997 "North Korea Country Handbook," shows the insignia and uniforms of both North and South Korea and the equipment and tactics of the North Korean Armed Forces. HHB2 ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Democratic People's Republic of Korea, DPRK, 1948, Insignia, North Korea, Pyongyang
Film "analysis of the North Korean evidence" of the U.S.S. Pueblo incident in 1968, in which the sailors were held by North Korea for almost a year and tortured. "A motion picture film exhibit from the Korean Military Armistice Commission Meetings (KMAC) Held to Resolve the USS Pueblo Crisis, 1968. Presents an analysis of the North Korean evidence. From the Department of State's Collection on the 'Pueblo Incident.'" National Archives Identifier: 12053 Topics: North Korea, Pueblo Incident, 1968, Korea (North) -- Foreign relations -- United States, Military...
North Korean propaganda, broadcast on shortwave radio frequency 9335 MHz. The beeping in the beginning of the file is an RTTY broadcast that is present on the same frequency. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: propaganda, shortwave, DPRK, north korea, democratic people's republic of korea, kim jong il, Radio... Source: Degen DE1103 direct to Zen Nano Plus encoding at 160kbps
DA PAM 550-81 North Korea: A Country Study. 2008ISBN 978-0-8444-1188-0 Contents Foreword iii Acknowledgments v Preface xiii Table A. Chronology of Important Events xv Table B. Metric Conversion Coefficients and Factors xix Country Profile xxi Introduction xxix Chapter 1. Historical Setting 1 Bruce Cumings THE ORIGINS OF THE KOREAN NATION 4 THE THREE KINGDOMS PERIOD 6 Paekche 6 Koguryo 7 Silla 9 Korea under Silla 11 UNIFICATION BY KORYO 12 THE CHOSON DYNASTY 16 Florescence 16 Dynastic Decline 21... Topics: DA pam, Area handbook series, North Korea, Korea (North), DPRK, Department of the Army Pamphlet
Secret N. Korean Footage Suggests Nascent Dissent South Florida Sun Sentinel | May 24, 2005 BANGKOK, Thailand — With shaking hands, the North Korean climbed onto the shoulders of a buddy to reach the underside of the bridge. As another accomplice stood guard, he hung up a banner denouncing North Korean leader Kim Jong Il in bright red paint. Then he took out a video camera, disguised to look like a carton of cigarettes, and filmed his handiwork for posterity. Today, the North Korean who says... Topics: North Korea, Kim Jong Il, Freedom Youth League, DPRK, democratic people's republic of korea,...
National Archives description: "Interrogation of KIM Sin-jo, captured North Korean raider, shown at 261st Military Armistice Commission meeting, 24 Jan 1968.""The Blue House Raid was an unsuccessful attempt by North Korean commandos to assassinate the President of South Korea, Park Chung-hee, at his residence at the Blue House, on January 21, 1968." [wikipedia] National Archives Identifier: 12054 Topics: Assassination, DPRK, Korea (North) -- Foreign relations -- United States, ROK, Pueblo Incident,...
In The News: 53 years and The Korean War is finally over. The presidents of North & South Korea sign an agreement restoring rail service and more. British PM Gordon Brown will pull 1000 of the 5000 remaining UK troops out of Iraq. Who's in charge of Basra now? U.S. government officials have been ignoring the requirement to fly coach class on airlines... $146 million dollars will have to be paid back. What you don't know CAN hurt you: Before attaining the post of Attorney General, Alberto... Topics: Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary, Cabale News Service, Travus T. Hipp, KPIG, News,... Source: KPIG Radio Freedom California
byAdam C. Curry (Crackpot) and John C. Dvorak (Buzzkill)
ATTN: "THE NO AGENDA SHOW" is so prolific I have had to add a second page. Outrageous huh? Enjoy! -- Main Page: 001-700 Internet Archive of "THE NO AGENDA SHOW" with Adam C. Curry and John C. Dvorak. Also known as "THE BEST PODCAST IN THE UNIVERSE!" (Award Pending). Each week Adam and John discuss, dissect, deconstruct and sometimes poke fun at current news stories from mainstream media. The majority of "THE NO AGENDA SHOW"'s content comes from news... Topics: Best Podcast in the Universe, TBPITU, #GamerGate, #Girls, #MH370 Malacca, #MH370, #YesAllWomen,...